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We are in the middle of a serious rough patch for trans people in the USA.

After Donald Trump's trans ban in the military and the Supreme Court upholding said ban, 2019 is not off to a good start for trans people. So seeing even one modicum of hope for trans people can help.


Tiffany Monroe, a 22-year-old YouTuber, has been walking us through her journey as a transgender woman.

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Trans women often have trouble dating because men are the worst.

But Tiffany shared that she was trans with this one guy and this was what she got back:

"It is the bare minimum but when you are in a society that treats trans women like dirt, we can be happy about the little wins we do get," Monroe said.

Some of the internet was really moved by this:





Transgender people are often the victims of hate crimes.

In 2018, 26 trans people were murdered.

The government's continued agenda against the transgender community has no doubt contributed to the rise of violence against them.





Sadly, even with this, Monroe received hate.

We won't share it here because it's horrendous.

But we will share what she said back to the haters:


We prefer the positive energy because that is where we stand too.





In 2019 we are only stanning open-minded men.

You got that, male population?



But just remember: the goal here is to make this the new LOW.

Not a high. We have a lot of work to do, fellow citizens.

We aren't perfect. There's plenty of things in our pasts that we look back and cringe at.

That being said, sometimes those cringe moments go far past cringe. Sometimes they get to the point of no return awfulness because that's where our human nature took us in this moment.

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I don't miss high school or the people in it. People who seem to have peaked in high school also weird me out. How? Why? I can definitely tell you that life got much more interesting the older I got (my 20s were way more fun than any of my time in high school). If you were to ask me if I have any regrets, I suppose I would say that I wish I had been more assertive and stood up for myself more. Depression has a way of complicating goals like that, though. Let me tell you: It feels nice to be so much healthier than I was then.

After Redditor Sub2735 asked the online community, "What's your biggest regret from high school?" people shared their stories.

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When we are on the outside looking in, it can feel so obvious that a relationship is doomed.

When we offer advice to friends, family, or people oversharing at a party, the correct next move often seems wildly obvious: get out of that relationship.

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Some people don't take breakups very well. And those that don't can sometimes engage in behavior that others might view as bothersome, unsettling, even toxic.

Others engage in abusive behavior during the relationship, a major red flag that some people might not take seriously until it's too late.

After Redditor XYZ3110 asked the online community, "What's the creepiest thing an ex has done?" people shared their stories.

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